The Free for Life International Career Mentor Program matches skilled professionals with recipients of FFLI’s Survivor Scholarship. Each scholarship recipient is paired with a mentor that has experience in their field of study.

Mentors are important pieces of our scholarship recipients’ support systems while they navigate higher education and the job market post-graduation.

Mentor Requirements

  • Commit to meeting with a mentee at least 1x a month
  • Submit semester reports
  • Report any concerns or issues to the FFLI team
  • Have an open mind & understanding heart

Your Potential Impact

As a FFLI mentor, you will have an amazing chance to directly make a difference in the lives of survivors of human trafficking. Oftentimes, survivors are not able to access the same connections and networks in higher education that are available to more traditional students. They may lack the inside-knowledge of an industry or career field they are interested in pursuing – but as a mentor, you can help change this reality!


“[My mentee] and I have built great trust and care with each other. [We are] in consistent contact and [she] leans on me for help and suggestions with school and her professional life. [This program] is incredibly rewarding and impactful.”

Amy P

Mentor since 2020

“It wasn’t easy at first, but the more we talk, the more meaningful our talks are. She emailed me today, just to check on me. I appreciate that so much.”

Kim W

Mentor since 2020

Free for Life is currently searching for skilled professionals in a variety of fields, including but not limited to

  • Mental Health Counseling
  • Social Work
  • Political Science
  • Sociology
  • And more!

Ready to apply? To apply to become a FFLI mentor, or learn more about the program, please email the Programs Coordinator below!



Our cornerstone program is border monitoring between India and Nepal. At our station, trained staff members identify warning signs and intervene to rescue victims. 


Our goal is to create concerned citizens who can identify and appropriately respond to potential trafficking scenarios around them.


We believe the only way to protect future generations from cycles of exploitation is to prevent it from occurring in the first place.

Free for Life International is fighting human trafficking around the world. We believe in freedom for all.

Free for Life International is a registered 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization.